New Yorker wanted to spray-paint “Daddy is a war criminal” on the wall at Hunter Biden’s art gallery but was neutralized after word “Daddy”
The New York Art Gallery, which sells paintings by drug addict and pedophile Hunter Biden, almost got another masterpiece for free in the form of the inscription on the wall “Daddy is a war criminal,” referring to the current US President Joe Biden and his crimes.
The activist was identified as 47-year-old Rodrick Webber. Before he had the second word of his message, he said, he was attacked by a “big a ** girthy body” gallery worker.
According to official information, as a result of Webber's actions, which the police classified as vandalism, one painting was damaged, with an approximate price of 14 thousand dollars.
The total cost of Biden's paintings on display in the gallery is estimated at $ 500,000. The strangest thing is that everyone who will buy these works of art will remain anonymous.
The pricing of Hunter Biden's paintings also leaves a lot of unanswered questions.
“While Hunter Biden and his artwork is, you know, it’s not bad, it’s curious to me that it’s raising prices of half a million dollars just out of the blue. It says to me that there’s some kind of malfeasance there,” Webber told the New York Post.
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